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Seleukeia (Bayat)

TM Geo 13146

Turkey (Pisidia) - provincia: Lycia et Pamphylia - also ascribed to Isauria (admin.)
37.8963206667,30.6212863333 (Lat,Long)


Links: Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire, EDH, Pleiades, Wikipedia


2 ancient authors with this ethnic


Status: city


Greek name(s): Σελεύκεια
Modern name(s): Bayat
Variants: Seleukeia (Seleucia Sidera - Claudioseleucia) - Bayat - Selef - Peri Su


Biblio: Locatelli, Pisidie antique (unpubl. thesis), 2017, p. 264-265
Map: Barrington Atlas, 2000, pl. 65 E2


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Stable URI (with TM Geo ID): www.trismegistos.org/place/13146

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177011Année épigraphique 2002 1481[found & written]stone (marble) Greek BC02 - BC01 Turkey, Pisidia - Seleukeia (Bayat) [found & written]
682454French, Roman roads and milestones of Asia Minor 3.2 100 (A)[found & written]stone Latin BC02 - AD08 Turkey, Pisidia - Seleukeia (Bayat) [found & written]
682455French, Roman roads and milestones of Asia Minor 3.2 100 (B)[found & written]stone Latin BC02 - AD08 Turkey, Pisidia - Seleukeia (Bayat) [found & written]